This is so sweet! Little People, Big World star Audrey Roloff has been creating quite the controversy lately — cough, cough, that post about a “crooked and twisted generation” — but this time, the 26-year-old is making headlines for her impact on a fan with disabilities. In an Instagram post yesterday, Maya La’shae, one of Audrey’s followers, thanked the pregnant reality star for inspiring her to create a blog.
She wrote, “I made this [collage] yesterday for Audrey Roloff. I remember when I talked to you about wanting to share my story about my disability but didn’t really know how or what to do, you said to me ‘how about you start a blog?’ I said could I really do that and had 1,000 things going on [but] you said nothing is impossible without God.” She continued, “… It is not often you find [a] Godly woman to motivate you and speak to you about anything your [sic] wanting to know. Now I know why you say always more; it means never give up and motivate people more and more. You are God’s giver and definitely on [sic] of my inspirations in life.”
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I made this yesterday @audreyroloff I remember when I talked to you about wanting to share my story about my disability but didn't really know how or what to do and you said to me how about you start a blog. I said could I really do that and had 1000 things going on you said nothing is impossible without god. In April I started my blog without you this would not have happened. It took me a while to fugue out what you meant by that you mean I can do anything I put my mind too. As I look back I think look at god he bless me and got me where I am today. My point is it is not often you find godly woman to motivate you and speak to you about anything your wanting to know. Now I know why you say always more it means never give up and motivate people more and more. @audreyroloff you are gods giver and definitely on of my inspirations in life. #nothingisimpossible #nevergiveup #motivation
Audrey featured the post on her Instagram story and shared it with her 581,000 followers. Maya — who suffers from cerebral palsy — has been using her Facebook page as a platform to share her blog posts. She writes about her day-to-day life, favorite TV shows, and quotes that inspire her.
In just about four weeks, the reality star is going to give birth to a baby girl with her husband, Jeremy Roloff, and she recently shared a photo of their nursery. After renovating their $465,000 home in Portland, OR, she wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post, “Can’t wait to ACTUALLY move into our new home (hopefully soon) and enjoy the fruits of our labor.” She added, “Definitely starting to have a strong urge to settle.” We can’t wait to meet their bundle of joy!